Valor Christian wins another Colorado state title

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After a 1-3 start, Valor Christian is once again a Colorado state football champ. The Eagles beat top-ranked Pomona 30-14 Saturday in the Colorado Class 5A state championship game.

Valor Christian (11-3), which entered the game ranked #2 in the High School Football America Colorado Top 10, fell behind 7-0 before ripping-off 30 unanswered points to win their seventh title in eight years.  Michigan-bound quarterback Dylan McCaffrey threw 245 yards and three touchdowns.

Over the last eight years, Valor Christian owns a 35-1 record in the playoffs.

Pomona finishes the season 12-2.

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